The setting is lovely and has a great view of A-Bay, so that is a plus for this luau. I guess the downsides are that you have to pay to get a lei, which I have not experienced at other luaus, but there is an open bar...maybe that offsets having to pay for flowers. The food was pretty good, but don't expect great food at a luau imho. The show good also, but not as good as the one I saw on Maui. We enjoyed ourselves and though the photography was pricey, they actually took a great photo of us so we bought it. My daughter loved it even though she did not get to go up on stage to dance. Most luau's do a keiki thing but this guy just talked about it. We enjoyed it and would recommend.
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